Pharmaceutical & Medical Industry Trends

The Pharma industry is growing exponentially over the last few years. It has increased life spans and fostered hope to people who have given up on everything. Improved life style and the capability to trust the Indian pharmaceutical industry is proof of the positive outcome of the Pharma industry. The Brand India Pharma's page on pharma trends give you an insight on various trends that are evolving at a very fast pace and enabling people to be more productive and efficient. With the fast transformation, it becomes a big responsibility to know the latest pharma trends. Watch this space for the latest pharmacy updates that highlight the pharmaceutical industry trends. Get in touch with us to know more about upcoming pharmaceutical trends.

February 9, 2015: The Government of India plans to launch its own brand of low cost generic medicines by July 1, 2015. The Jan Aushadhi medicines are expected to make a difference in the public healthcare system in the country as the central government plans to procure medicines in bulk from public as well as private drug manufacturing firms and rebrand them under the Jan A...

January 19, 2015: In a situation where even the world's most powerful antibiotics available in the market are becoming ineffective against infections globally, Indian startups are entering the drug discovery business to tap the growth opportunities in this segment.  

 

According a recently released report concerning India, close to 58,000 infa...

December 30, 2014: It will not be wrong to say that the Indian pharmaceutical sector has achieved a lot of success in the global markets and is one of the most successful modern export sectors for India after IT.  

 

Recognising the importance of the sector, the Government of India is looking at a shift in policy and regulation in the pharmaceuti...

December 16, 2014: As the American drug regulator is increasing its efforts to step up vigilance on Chinese companies, it is reported that it may open a significant business opportunity for the Indian pharmaceutical industry.  

 

It is important to note here that the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) has decided to increase its workforce by ...

November 25, 2014: The Government of India is working on a plan to bring all pharma related departments and agencies under a single authority with a view to have a better coordination. According to a recent statement from Mr Ananth Kumar, Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers, Government of India, the government is working on one proposal to being all the departments or go...

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